Dr Tsu-Hui (Hubert) Low
MBBS (Hons) BSc Med (Hons) FRACS
Dr Low graduated from the University of New South Wales with Honours. During this surgical training, he had the opportunity to train with the late Prof Christopher O'Brien in Head and Neck Surgery at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. He also trained with Prof Leigh Delbridge, one of the world leaders in the management of thyroid and parathyroid pathologies at the Endocrine/ Surgical Oncology Unit at Royal North Shore Hospital.
Dr Low started ENT training in Adelaide where he was mentored by the late Dr Sam Robinson, an outstanding Australian sleep surgeon. He also benefited from the influence of Prof PJ Wormald in the field of Rhinology during his 2 years at South Australia. Further training in ENT, Rhinoplasty, Head and Neck Oncology, Thyroid and Skull-base surgery was undertaken at Sydney, Prince of Wales, John Hunter and Royal Prince Alfred Hospital.
Recently, Dr Low completed a Fellowship in Western Australia in Head and Neck/ Reconstructive Surgery where he extended his skills in this field and gained further expertise in sleep apnoea surgery.
Dr Low has numerous international journal publications in head and neck oncology and thyroid/ parathyroid pathologies. He also completed a double-blind randomised controlled trial in rhinology and has recently undertaken further research in Sleep Apnoea Surgery and Head and Neck Reconstructive Surgery at Royal Perth Hospital. Dr Low has also been actively involved teaching medical students, surgical doctors and general practice registrars.
Dr Low speaks fluent Mandarin, Hokkien dialects and Malay. Outside medicine, Hubert's interests lie in gardening, music and painting. He obtained his L.T.C.L (Trinity College, UK) in piano performance and is a member of the violin section for the Australian Doctor's Orchestra.
Dr Low's particular interests include general ENT conditions, Head and Neck Surgery, Thyroid/ Parathyroid pathologies, Rhinology and sleep apnoea surgery.